Oregon homebrew bill passes House, goes to Governor

It was just over three weeks ago that the Oregon homebrew bill (SB 444) passed the State Senate; and the good news from Salem yesterday is that it also unanimously passed in the House as well. That means being able to transport homebrewed beer and hold homebrew competitions is nearly legal in Oregon again; the bill now has to be signed by the Governor.

There’s no word on when that will happen, though in Oregon the Governor must sign (or veto) bills within five days of transmittal or they automatically become law. Since a veto is almost impossible to consider at this point, it’s apparent the law is as good as passed.

One Response to Oregon homebrew bill passes House, goes to Governor

  1. Paul T.Carrington says:

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